My Last Drunk
April 21, 2015 by webadmin
March 7, 2014 at 8:53 pm
AA is much more dangerous than Scientology.
June 29, 2014 at 11:19 pm
judge made me attend AA meetings for 6 months.. fuck that shit was painful.
I just went there and got my paper signed
Dion Albers says
July 7, 2014 at 5:23 am
YOU Grew up in it and still don,t understand it…. Sad!!
August 7, 2014 at 10:17 pm
I agree with Tom. AA is a poorly constructed cult, that’s because it’s not
a cult. Visit a Morman sect in Utah, they know what a cult is. He’s also
right about the AA program doesn’t work, if you don’t work it. Everybody
wants sobriety but nobody wants to work for it. wah wah wah wah wah.
Jay Fuller says
August 28, 2014 at 3:16 pm
Hilarious, couldn’t have said it better myself.
October 17, 2014 at 8:54 pm
Tomorrow I could have 7 months sober… but I’m sick and tired of hearing
all this AA bullshit slogans. stinkin thinkin, one day at a time, this too
shall pass, and I want to get drunk.I’m sick of the fucking meetings! I
announced at a meeting the other day that I wanted to drink again and after
the meeting three guys got in front of me and lectured me about relapsing,
including my sponsor who stood in front of the door way where I couldn’t
walk out. FUCK THAT! 3 out of the last 4 weeks my sponsor flaked out on me
when we were supposed to meet and he’s Mr. AA! Anyone dare me to call my
sponsor and tell him I’m going to buy a 5th of Seagram’s gin and get drunk?
I will probably keep going in and out of AA for the next 10 years, but I
think I’d feel better these last 7 months if I never joined AA!
October 23, 2014 at 1:55 pm
You missed the part where they all screw each other. It’s the only place
where you’ll see unattractive men with hot women other than Hollywood and
They’ll convince you that you will die without their help!
And they are so very materialistic. “Look how much I have, God loves me
more than you.”
October 24, 2014 at 9:47 pm
I RELAPSED TONIGHT! After 7 months sober, Will God forgive me for this if I
don’t wake tomorrow?
November 26, 2014 at 3:58 pm
AA isn’t a cult in the extreme manner of a Scientology but it
still absolutely has cult-like tendencies and characteristics. The 12 Step
programs really don’t even have anything particularly to do with drinking
(the Big Book itself says that drinking/using is but a “symptom” of a
greater illness). The whole point of the program is to advance a very
narrow ideal of “spiritualism” (relationship with an interceding “Higher
Power”), the path to “recovery” being only through this “Higher Power” as
revealed by the admission of “powerlessness”, the “giving of (one’s) life
and will” to this “Higher Power” and the subsequent application of the 12
Steps and “spiritual principles” in all areas of life. It assumes universal
acceptance of antiquated religious notions like the 7 Deadly Sins, the idea
that “selfishness”,”pride” and “ego” are the root cause of all sins, that
addicts necessarily drink/use BECAUSE of these sins and that “recovery”
from addictive behavior is really only possible by the application of the
12 Steps to remove these “character defects”. It’s about constant
self-abasement in the name of “humility” and trusting
unqualified non-professionals with sensitive and intimate
confidential details of one’s life in the name of taking “moral
inventories” that are supposed to advance “honesty”. In addition, AA and
other related 12 Step programs are rife with verbal and
psychological abuse, predatory sexual harassment (known colloquially as
“13th Stepping”), tragically bad medical and legal advice (such as not
taking prescribed medications) from people who self-appoint themselves into
positions of personal authority, circular groupthink and
anti-intellectualism and all manner of patriarchal hubris and cynicism.
It’s whole outlook, as nicely outlined in this video, is “we win, you
lose”. It has no interest in the individual member’s well-being, only its
own diffusion. Basically, it’s intimidating, poor, outdated and
inappropriate religious dogmatism.
William G Reust says
December 4, 2014 at 5:00 pm
Doug perhaps if you did a little research into the disease of alcoholism
you would have found the scientific information related to it. Not really
hard to find it is a disease of the mind. I can tell by your scathing rant
your ego is very offended by AA. Keep up the good work.
December 10, 2014 at 4:55 am
I’m not sure this dude knows what it is like to try desperately for years
to control his drinking, and when multiple attempts fail along comes the
multiple attempts to stop altogether. Most people grow out of it, many
people can drink heavily and continuously for years but can stop or
moderate when they really want to like many others. Then you get people
like me who have to suffer the ignorance and misunderstanding of people
like this who, though probably very well intentioned, have absolutely no
clue what its like to be a drinker like me. A drinker like me who of %99
die drunk or go insane and live miserable lives dry and many others who
kill themselves. AA is the only thing that has ever worked for me. Not just
going to meetings either, mainly the 12 steps then helping others who want
it. AA is obviously not the only way, and in my opinion deserves a lot of
the criticism it receives, but to completely write it off rings the same as
racism or homophobia to me. I am not powerless either, I was when I was
drinking. I have a great life today, I have many friends who drink.
Sobriety is an awesome experience for me. I have recovered from a hopeless
state of mind and body, and my life is the best it has ever been. Peace.
Nunya Beeswax says
December 10, 2014 at 12:41 pm
not funny, but true.
Tanjalika Cox says
December 12, 2014 at 4:20 am
mainstreet prophet1 says
December 29, 2014 at 4:43 pm
Like you anti-AA fanatics are going to admit your wrong about the
definitions of a cult or religion…yeah, right. However for those who
read you here who don’t know about AA, etc here’s the exact definition of a
cult and religion as copied from the first descriptive from Mirriam
Webster’s I came to .. and no, you idiots don’t get to extract hand picked
words here and there and “presto” create a brand new meaning! Keep in
mind that cult “like” or religious “like” connotations do not an exact
definition make. And horseshoes do not apply here and well.. You people
really need to get it right and stop running the rabbit trails.
a.) cult a system of religious veneration and devotion directed toward
a particular figure or object… ( No, you cannot appoint Bill Wilson as
that particular entity..the steps explicitly refer to a “God of y o u r
b.) religion The belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling
power, especially “A” personal God or gods.. a particular system of faith
and worship. (notice I highlighted “A” .. as in “THE” perhaps also.
Speaking of connotations, this most definitely tells us any religion or
even factions of them are typically subservient to one entity .. not
“everybody’s variation” as in “of your understanding.” Again one can
easily see any of those heavy cult or religious claims you people broadcast
concerning AA/NA are really quite flimsy ones at best.
Sin D says
January 3, 2015 at 5:41 pm
I hated AA.. I laughed at their dreaded “4th and 5th step”. I said “oh,
confession is so old”. “One addict helping another is without
measure”…..huh? you mean, just being a friend and giving a shit about
someone else, is a big deal to an addict? really? lame…sounds like
Narcissistic Personality Disorder. that’s genetic and incurable. not a
dumb disease. stupid. Mirror, mirror.
January 4, 2015 at 10:38 pm
If you’re ‘forced’ to go to AA by either your employer, court order or
whatever….You have a right to stand up and say ‘NO’. Why? It is against
ones own Constitutional Rights to be forced into a program that is
Religiously based. No one can force you to follow a Religious program
against your will and it’s your right to stand up and tell them to find
something else or you can get a lawyer on retainer and I guarantee you he
would take the case in a minute because of violation of your Freedoms and
Rights. Fuck AA.
Paul Christensen says
January 9, 2015 at 10:26 pm
Wow! Lots of people out there condemning something they know nothing
about.It is not a religion. It is not a cult. It is a way of life that is
dependent on honesty.
Mantaxxx 777 says
January 11, 2015 at 1:07 am
I was placed into a treatment center when I was 17 at a very difficult time
in my life. Telling demoralized people when they first come to AA that they
are “powerless” is one of the most criminal acts to commit on a persons
free will, confidence and self-esteem. Being so young, and so naive, I had
little to go on as to what was true or not. AA creates many false beliefs
about recovery and addiction and as a 37 year old dude I am so grateful for
the internet to provide alternatives, criticism and comedy to shed light on
the truth: AA is obsolete, dangerous for people who are a low point in
their lives, has numerous editions of the text with not a word changed save
the personal stories, discourages free thinking, vomits the same repetitive
doctrine over and over again at meetings, uses clean time to anoint some as
being self-proclaimed guru’s, abuse of young women and men for sexual
predators and etc etc etc. In 2003 I searched hard and wide to seek out
other opinions. This project was a very lonely one with many people in the
program telling me that “you have a disease and what you are doing will
lead you back to use” and “you’ll come back and we will be here”. Well, I
kept plugging away and plugging away and soon the power of the internet
grew and the global community brought forth tens of thousands of
individuals who were and are just as sick of AA as I was. THANK YOU
INTERNET!!!! May others be free from this 1930’s obsolete bullshit.
Mark Warkentin says
January 18, 2015 at 12:31 am
AA is a great place to get a free cup of coffee (and often a couple donuts
January 31, 2015 at 9:26 pm
@Martin Joyce .. Hey Martin … if old Commonsense00000 can’t make stuff up
it doesn’t leave him/her much to work with. ;)
Mark Reuber says
February 23, 2015 at 9:50 am
Vodka? lol You pick that easiest drink… pussy
Kenneth Anderson says
February 24, 2015 at 2:21 am
What’s your drink count for Feb 22? Mine is 0! Keep on #trackin!
HAMS: Harm Reduction for Alcohol says
Mainstreet Proposal says
April 19, 2015 at 5:17 pm
April 19, 2015 at 8:45 pm